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How to Use CRM for Sales Enablement

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Despite the name, most CRM solutions today go beyond the basics of customer relationship management. In fact, your CRM solution might prove to be the second most valuable part of your sales process—with your sales team taking the top honor.

This is due to the fact that a CRM solution configured for sales enablement can provide insight into your sales process, the effectiveness of your sales team, a centralized hub for sales content, and more.

Such knowledge can help your team make more informed sales decisions and better engage with customers and potential customers. So how can you leverage your CRM to improve your sales performance and create a sales enablement strategy that delivers?

Develop an Insight Driven Sales Workflow

One of the most useful features of a CRM solution is that it provides a wealth of historical data. Analysis of the data can help you better understand the average length of your organization’s sales cycle and create sales forecasting reports to inform future decisions.

This data can also reveal the top lead sources as well as the most successful sales tactics. Using this information, you can create a sales workflow that is both scalable and repeatable. You can then you use the workflow to train new sales team members and implement a sales strategy that enable them to succeed time and time again.

Provide Resources to Better Engage Customers

As with marketing, content is a valuable asset when it comes to sales. That means that developing a hub of great sales content and marketing materials is essential to a solid sales enablement strategy.

There two types of content your sales team should have at their disposal: customer facing content (e.g., presentations, white papers, and case studies) and internal content (e.g., sales scripts and product sheets). Your CRM is the perfect solution—accessible and directly connected to actual leads and opportunities. This tight integration allows your sales team to be ready to deliver at all stages of the sales cycle.

Automate and Customize Communications

No matter what your organization sells, the customer experience should be the cornerstone of all sales communication and outreach. That means ensuring that the content your team delivers is timely and relevant to the needs of the customer.

A CRM solution used to support a sales enablement strategy provides the perfect tool for maintaining an automated and customized communications workflow. The integration of your CRM with an email marketing solution allows you to create automated sequences that send customized emails at key junctions in the sales process. With the data you gather from each sent email, you can better determine how to engage customers at every stage of the sales cycle.

The sales landscape is constantly evolving. Configuring your CRM solution as a sales enablement tool can help your sales team successfully navigate this changing tide. With the data from your CRM, your organization can create a sales workflow that can help optimize sales performance and effectively engage customers.

This will equip your sales team with the tools and resources to spend more time on achieving business gains—and less time on administrative duties. It’s definitely an investment worth making.

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Leveraging SEO and CRO to Increase Leads (Part 1)

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When buyers are looking to compare products, one of, if not the first thing they do is search for it on the internet. To be more specific, with nearly 80% market share, most of these searches are happening on Google.

It would follow then, that in order to be competitive in a given market, a company needs to have good visibility in Google search results. Further, they need to reach the first page of the search results to have a good chance of capturing a searchers attention.

So how do you get your company on the first page of Google, and how can you convert the resulting click traffic? Rank well, drive traffic, convert, repeat. Let’s dive in.

Improve Your Visibility

Rank Well: Get Specific with SEO Keywords

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is the process of strategizing and executing a plan to improve your ranking position in search engine results. The ultimate goal is to rank your website in the top ten results when people search for things related to your business.

How do you do this? First, determine which relevant keywords and phrases you should rank for. Put yourself in your customers shoes and decide what you would search for to look for your product. For example, if you sell men’s clothing you might consider the following keywords:

  • men’s clothing
  • shop men’s clothing
  • men’s denim
  • men’s red relaxed fit denim

Ask yourself: what would someone search for that my product or service would be the perfect result for? In the example above, as you can imagine, the competition to rank on the first page for “men’s clothing” is very high because of how broad the search is, while competition for “shop men’s red relaxed fit denim” searches will be lower since it is more specific.

Once you know the keywords and phrases you want to rank for, you can begin adding them to your website. Each page on your site should represent its own unique topic. The ultimate goal is to make it clear to Google which page is the best place to send a user to for the topic they searched for.

Add your keywords into the copy of each page in a way that flows naturally and doesn’t seem forced. If you force the keywords, Google can see this manipulative and a bad user experience, and can hold it against you in the search rankings. If there isn’t much content on the page, you can optimize the headers and sub headers.

If you have a large site and a marketing budget, it may be worth consulting an SEO agency to help you with the complexities.

Offer Some Value

Ok, so you’ve optimized your site for search engines and you are beginning to see the results. Traffic is flowing in to your most important pages, but that is only half of the battle.

Make sure you have a sales funnel in place to ensure you can capitalize on the traffic to your site. Having a contact form is a no brainer, but often that isn’t enough.

If a potential customer is in the research phase of their purchasing funnel, you can be sure that they are comparing you against your competitors. So, you may need to offer them something to remember you by.

A Free Trial – This works well for service and software products. A free trial can get your customer immersed in your product, allowing them to get past any hesitancy or excuses they may have.

White Paper or Research Study – these days users can be guarded over their email address so you need to offer something in return. If you have some research on the industry or a detailed product comparison that no one else has, offer a free download in exchange for an email signup.

Discount – offering a 15% discount or a $ 25 coupon in exchange for an email signup can work really well with ecommerce websites.

Check back next week for Part 2 of this post where we will cover a few best practices to help your onsite conversion rate.

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Benefits of CRM Software for Managers

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Sales managers deal with a lot of moving pieces. From managing sales reps to keeping track of the sales pipeline, productivity analysis, data reporting, and forecasting, there’s a lot at stake. With customer relationship management (CRM) software, managing a sales force gets a lot easier and more streamlined. Below, we’ll look at some of the key benefits implementing and utilizing a comprehensive CRM solution for sales, marketing, and customer service can provide for an organization and for management in particular.

Emphasize productivity

The key to a successful sales force is productivity. All sales managers know this, but getting the sales team to stay productive month after month can be a challenge. I big part of being able to enhance productivity among sales reps is performance evaluation and analysis. And with a customer relationship management solution, this practice is made easy for sales managers. With a CRM solution, managers are able to evaluate the performance of each sales rep who’s utilizing the system, including the ability to compare productivity among departments and various representatives. In addition, managers have access to track detailed campaigns and ensure key opportunities in the pipeline are being handled appropriately. Keep everyone on the team honest and productive with productivity analysis software through CRM.

Visualize the pipeline

Another important responsibility sales managers handle is pipeline management. Without a customer relationship management system in place, managers might have a challenging time visualizing sales opportunities throughout the sales cycle and creating forecasts from their data. With a full-featured solution in place, managers get access to a complete visualization of their sales pipeline—they have access to every detail they’ll need for every opportunity in the pipeline to create accurate and reliable sales forecasts. They’ll also be able to better identify trends in the funnel and pinpoint any challenges that may arise down the road.

Access key data and reports

At the heart of forecasting and understanding accurate sales expectations is having the right reports and metrics at your disposal. Without accurate data or access to any reporting or dashboard analysis functionalities, understanding the future of your sales department can be challenging and way too time-consuming. Fortunately, most CRM solutions come equipped with powerful reporting and dashboard features, including the ability to create customized reports for management, sales, marketing, and customer service purposes.

Establish workflows

When you think customer relationship management software, you probably also think automation and efficiency. What can we automate in our sales process in order to save time and become a more efficient workforce? That’s where workflow automation comes into play. In some robust CRM systems, workflow automation can provide sales and marketing departments with the ability to create customized, automated processes to save time and help eliminate redundant tasks. Specifically, managers can create logic which automatically qualifies and ranks prospects, segments leads by type, sets time-based actions or reminders, and more.

Understand relationships

From a management perspective, building relationships is at the core of a powerful CRM solution. Whether you’re managing a sales, marketing, or customer service department, the system touches on all facets of a customer and/or prospect relationship with the company. When one department adds information into the centralized database regarding a specific contact, that change will be automatically reflected in real-time throughout the system. This centralization provides managers with the ability to ensure data is accurate and up-to-date. It also allows for the creation of hierarchies and other organizational tools to help better understand how your companies and contacts are related and being managed.

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Data Management in a CRM Software Solution

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When prospects call us to discuss our OnContact customer relationship management (CRM) software, it’s usually for one of two reasons: their current CRM is not good enough, or they need to combine their multiple systems or methods. Overall, it’s always about data centralization, and making sure all the organization’s data is easily accessible through one database.

Whether they have a CRM they have outgrown, a system which was never properly implemented, or never fully adopted, there is usually still the issue of centralized data. When a company has manual systems, it often means they have Excel, email, pen and paper, or other manual methods that need to be combined because they are not working together, causing problems for employees. No employee is happy if they are stuck in one of these scenarios where they’re using outdated data organization and processing methods.

Getting a customer relationship management solution to centralize all data and end all the problems with data and processes has many benefits. No one wants to have a database in three different areas, guessing where data is and where the proper place to put it should be. Below, we’ll discuss some of the many benefits implementing a new CRM solution can have for businesses looking to centralize their data.

Saves company money

Rather than running one system for marketing automation, one for customer service, and one for sales, you can combine all these into one quality CRM solution. This will bring you one cost for users, one cost for support, and one cost for things like data migration, upgrades/updates, and training. When you run multiple systems, you pay for these things three times as opposed to once.

Saves employees time

Employees can now know exactly where to find their data, rather than have to search for it guessing which solution it may be in. Centralizing it into one CRM product will at least guarantee you where to look and save time in the search process.

Improves visibility internally

Anyone in the company from upper management to a customer service representative can now see throughout the CRM. There is no miscommunication or lack of conciseness in the data so everyone can see the same thing and be on the same page, unless you choose to limit someone’s access.

Improves company tracking

Whether a company is a prospect, in the sales cycle, or a customer, it is important to know who they are, what they have (for upsells and additional product sales), and previous communications. You can know better about who to market to, what to market to them, and keep them in call/communication cycles much easier.

Eliminates double entry and lessens chance for mistakes

To put it bluntly, eliminating multiple systems means you only need to enter data into the CRM now once. This eliminates having to enter the same thing in multiple spots, which then lessens the chance for inconsistencies in data, missing data, and simple errors.

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4 Tips for a Successful Sales and Marketing Alignment

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Sales and marketing. While both departments are almost always working toward the same overarching goals, they’re not always integrated or working together seamlessly. In some cases, organizations will devote time and energy to only one of these departments, without approaching the two functions as equally valuable. Below, we’ll go over some important tips to keep in mind when beginning the process of creating and sustaining a successful sales and marketing-aligned organization.

Goals alignment

As aforementioned, the goals of sales and marketing are almost always the same. At the end of the day, both areas of your organization are trying to accomplish company growth. And that objective can’t just be done by the sales team, and it can’t just be done by marketing alone. Both parties need to be integrated and work together to accomplish growth.

Another common goal between the two departments is lead generation and lead development. While marketing is commonly viewed as the go-to when it comes to bringing in leads, it also lies in the hands of hardworking inside and outside sales reps to fill the sales pipeline, whether that’s through relationship building, customer referrals, LinkedIn searching and contacting, etc. Ensuring you’re tackling the same goals is crucial to a workable, integrated organization.

Hold frequent joint meetings

Have everyone meet and get to know each other. It’s that simple. And there are a number of different ways to do this. Perhaps the easiest is with weekly or biweekly meetings. If you’re having a weekly sales meeting, it might be wise to invite the marketing department to sit in every other meeting. This way, marketing will have a better understanding of what sales is targeting and going after—it also gives marketing a chance to share where they’re going after leads and their current tactics.

There’s an even easier way to get the two departments on the same page, however, and it starts at the beginning. Having an onboarding meeting with both sales and marketing newly-hired employees creates an opportunity for communication and openness that might not be there without an introduction. A lot of the time, sales reps just don’t know exactly what marketing is doing, or how they’re helping, and vice versa. Having these open conversations and meetings is a great place to start the dialogue.

Utilize CRM

When you’ve got the same goals drawn out, you should also be sharing the same data and analytics. There’s no better way to share the progress of a campaign (or a sales pipeline) than with a customer relationship management (CRM) solution. By implementing this solution for your sales and marketing teams, you’re equipping everyone with the same data and the same visibility. There’s no hidden agendas, no lack of accountability.

Invest time together

In the end, the key to having a seamlessly working team of salespeople and marketers is being comfortable around each other and opening the lines of communication. Spend time together, and encourage team bonding activities between the two departments. When you’re actively working together, or you’re simply bonding over an out-of-office activity, you’ll be much more comfortable collaborating across the board.

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The Importance of a Social CRM Solution

gettyimages 628489906 The Importance of a Social CRM Solution

Social CRM, or a tool designed to seamlessly integrate the use of a customer relationship management tool with social media channels. This can take the form of many different things, such as the ability to engage in social media through a software solution, respond to customer complaints through a solution in real-time, or simply leverage and analyze social statistics through a CRM database. No matter what you’re using it for, social CRM has a lot of potential. Below, we’ll take a look at some great ways businesses (and especially small businesses) can utilize a social customer relationship management system to maximize their sales, marketing, and customer service efforts.

Enhanced analytics

Let’s start with the least obvious benefit of a social solution: better data. Did you know that having a social customer relationship management solution means you can get access to highly-detailed insights and metrics about your customers? We’re talking demographics, preferences, interests, buying behavior, and more. With that kind of data, your sales reps will be able to better understand their target audience and deliver an accelerated sales process by focusing on the leads that are authentic and carry a high probability of sale.

Collecting all of this social-centric data can also help out another major department in your business. Marketing is always looking for new metrics and ways to narrow down a target audience. Social data about your prospects and customers is just another tool which can be analyzed and manipulated into a highly-targeted and highly-effective marketing campaign.

Be in-the-know socially

Your customers are on social media, so, why aren’t you? There’s a strong chance your prospects and customers are already on social channels talking about your brand and your products, so what are you waiting for? With a social CRM solution, you’ll be able to listen in to what the customers have to say about your company’s product and if they would like to have any changes made to it. They’ll share their likes and dislikes as well. Social CRM will give you the chance to develop products your customers have been hoping to see from your business, even before they talk to you about it. Your sales reps can also take advantage by knowing the buzz words of the industry or by hearing what prospective customers are really looking to get out of your product/services.

Streamlined communications internally

Effective, cohesive communication is at the core of a well-run business. Social CRM can actually play a role in making communicative efforts throughout your organization a more streamlined process. With a social solution, everyone in your business can be on the same page with technology and access to customer records and social histories. This cross-departmental accessibility can be extremely useful when various departments need to collaborate and access the same real-time data. It can also help reduce any confusion that may arise when teams from various locations are trying to access or change the same information.

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CRM Software for the Real Estate Industry

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Customer relationship management (CRM) can be a powerful referral maximizing tool, especially for the real estate industry. In some cases, real estate agents rely on Excel spreadsheets to manage their growing databases. They struggle to go beyond simply focusing on the names and numbers in their spreadsheets by focusing instead on building relationships and a referral base. Below, we’ll discuss some of the most influential features available through CRM software to the real estate industry, and how the enterprise solution can help out in sales, marketing, customer service, and more.

Marketing automation can prove useful

While postcards, billboards, and radio commercials are great, there’s no denying the power of digital marketing. In today’s era of digital, it’s all about email, search engine optimization (SEO), websites, and online leads. Are you ensuring you have the right tools to tackle these marketing mediums? With customer relationship management (CRM) software, you’ll have access to marketing automation solutions to help out in your overall marketing efforts, such as an email designer, customized marketing reports, and email marketing automation. You’ll also be able to utilize lead scoring and capturing technology to ensure your website visitors are being tracked and counted as qualified leads.

Never let go of past clients

When you’re working as a small business, or in this case as a real estate agent, it can be challenging to keep up-to-date with all of your clients, both current and past, in addition to prospects. Unfortunately, older clients might end up being neglected more than you’d like. Using a CRM solution helps remedy this phenomenon by allowing you the opportunity to create follow-ups and reminders. Simply set up a reminder through your customer relationship management solution, and you’ll get notifications for when it’s the next appropriate time to reach out. In addition, you’ll be able to set up a follow-up plan to automate the process even further, saving you time and keeping your past clients in touch.

Focus on the art of the follow-up

Following up is crucial in the real estate industry. You need to stay in touch with a multitude of prospects and clients, both former and current. Without a CRM solution, it can be overwhelming and unorganized. With one, however, you’re able to manage your entire database in one centralized hub of information. When you go into your system, you’ll be able to know who’s ready to be called among your list, who’s ready to be emailed, and the status of each of your contacts.

Referrals, referrals, referrals

Referrals can be a fantastic selling resource, and it’s never been easier to handle them than with a customer relationship management solution. Simply enter the names and contact information of any and all business owners and professionals you’ve interacted with, and you’ll be able to pull their data whenever needed. This feature can come in handy when a client asks you for a nearby professional’s information, or for the contact information of a nearby lender.

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Marketing Ideas for Businesses on a Budget

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We sometimes talk about marketing tips like we have an endless budget. For most businesses, that’s simply not the case. And for some, marketing doesn’t have a large budget at all. Below, we’ll discuss some budget-friendly marketing initiatives any business, no matter big or small can start implementing today.

Develop your website

In terms of your business’s overall marketing strategy, your website needs to be pretty high up there. A well-built website can bring in strong leads and inform your prospects and customers about the information they otherwise might not know of.

We can’t talk about websites without talking about SEO, or search engine optimization. SEO describes various tactics businesses frequently use to improve how their website shows up on search engines, like Google and Bing. Some examples of strong SEO practices include using focused keywords in your content, creating unique content related to your products and services, and ensuring your website is up-to-code in terms of its crawl-ability by search engines.

Establish a blog and update it consistently

Once you’ve established your company’s website and it’s got all the bells and whistles you need, it’s time to start writing. Creating a blog is a simple way to help with your SEO efforts, and all it takes is a little time and effort. The key is being consistent. If you’re going to start a blog on your company website, it has to have a purpose. Don’t just share content once every 6 months and expect any results—create a consistent content calendar and you’ll be on your way to success.

Start building your email list

Whether you’re looking for a free email management service or something for a small fee, you’ve got email marketing options. But in order to start your email marketing efforts as a business, you need to build a contact list. Have an opt-in section on your website, ask your prospects and customers via email if they’d be interested in being on your email list, etc. Once you’ve established a list, it’s time to start designing high-quality emails that generate leads and responses.

Focus on local search listings

No matter the size of your business, local prospects and customers are incredibly valuable. So why not make it easier on yourself to be found by them? This is where local search sites come into play.

First, we’d recommend ensuring you’re listed accurately on Google My Business. This is Google’s version of a local search listing. Once that’s established and claimed, you can begin looking into other local search niches, such as Yelp. These sites provide your business with a broader local presence and the opportunity for your customers to review your products/services.

Go social

Love it or hate it, social is here to stay, and there’s simply no denying the possibilities it can provide. Have a strong presence on the social media channels that make the most sense to your business. If you’re B2B, LinkedIn might be the most powerful tool, while Pinterest might not fit your industry’s niche.

Once you’ve established your channels, it’s time to start posting. If you’re blogging consistently on your website, consider publishing those pieces of content socially. Encourage your employees to spread the word, and you might pick up some decent website traffic.

Use demographics and psychographics

Do you know your target audiences? The people you’re desperately trying to turn into customers? If not, it’s time to define them in concrete detail. Creating target personas and utilizing demographic and psychographic information can prove extremely useful when you’re starting to market your business. Once you’ve established your key target audiences, you’ll have a much easier time catering your marketing tactics (think email marketing in particular) to your top prospects.

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The Importance of a Healthcare CRM Solution

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Data, specifically accurate data is never more crucial than for those in the healthcare industry. Healthcare professionals rely on this information to personalize the treatment of patients, communicate more effectively between hospital staff and patients, and to ultimately make the patient’s experience one that’s effective and of high quality. That being said, it’s not an easy task. Healthcare systems and providers are dealing with a plethora of patients and information—they need a solution in place to help organize all of this. That’s where customer relationship management (CRM) software comes into play. Below, we’ll dig into some of the important facets of a healthcare CRM solution and why providers need to consider implementing one.

Personalize patient care

It doesn’t matter what industry you work in. If you’re working with customers, whether they’re clients or patients, you need to treat them with personalization. If not, they’re going to go elsewhere, and your retention will fail. It’s that simple. In the healthcare field, this has never been truer. If patients feel like they’re being treated like everybody else, and they’re not feeling unique to their doctor or their physician, they’ll look elsewhere.

With a CRM solution in place, healthcare providers have yet another tool at their disposal to help keep track of and retain their valuable patients. Rather than relying on outdated spreadsheets or another inefficient method, they rely on a centralized hub of information, able to be updated in real-time and accessed from anywhere. This level of flexibility and personal care is exactly what separates quality health centers from poor ones, and it’s the biggest reason healthcare providers need to consider investing in a CRM solution.

Manipulate and visualize data

So, you’ve got all of this data being collected. What are you doing with it? If you’re just collecting data and locking it away for safe keeping, there’s really no point. Take advantage of the influential data you’re collecting through the use of a CRM tool. Customer relationship management solutions have built-in reporting tools designed for this exact purpose: to help you make sense of the numbers. You can also create charts, graphs, and other visually-pleasing reports to share across your department, ensuring everyone can understand the data being shown.

Eliminate duplicate data entry

Again, another factor that’s most crucial to the healthcare industry. If you’re entering vital patient information into a database, including care and financial records, you must be able to ensure you’re doing it accurately. Entering duplicate information into the database may impact the quality of the care the patient receives and can have major negative impacts later on down the road.

Being such a major concern for this industry, it’s only common sense to consider a software solution which would help eliminate it. It’s true: customer relationship management software has deduplication functions in place to ensure the data being entered into the system is accurate and unique.

There you have it! If you’re interested in learning more about how CRM can benefit your business, please contact us today.

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The Powerful Benefits CRM Provides for Manufacturers

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We often harp on the strong benefits of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software for manufacturers.

But customer relationship management (CRM) software can provide just as many powerful opportunities.

A strong CRM solution can provide businesses with a detailed overview of a customer’s needs and requirements, insight, and visibility into the sales pipeline, relationship-building tools for manufacturers targeting suppliers, and much more. Below, we’ll go through many of the powerful benefits in place for CRM users in the manufacturing industry.

Detailed overview of the customer

A major concentration for those in the manufacturing industry is relationship management. Relationships are crucial to the success of a manufacturer. Fostering powerful connections with customers gives your business a leg-up on the competition (in an increasingly competitive field) by building retention and growing your business. CRM software offers a complete overview of your customer’s information and interaction history. If you need to quickly reference something related to a customer’s history, or if you want to know what their needs might be before the ask (cross-selling and up-selling), you’ll have a plethora of accessible data to back you up.

Manufacturing is going mobile

The days of sales reps sitting, glued to an office desk are far behind us. Now, sales reps from all sorts of fields (inside, field, etc.) are going out and building relationships with prospects and current customers. They need a software solution that will be responsive, flexible, and work wherever they need to work. This has never been truer than in the manufacturing industry. Sales within manufacturing are B2B and field-focused. Sales reps are more mobile than ever before and need to be in front of the customer to complete a sale. Imagine having access to a database of customer information while visiting a particular prospect, or being able to quote a product on-site for a prospect or customer. This type of flexibility can only be made possible through CRM.

Sales pipeline visualization

Manufacturers rely on a detailed, clearly-defined sales pipeline. Without visibility into this valuable funnel of prospective customers, there’s no chance at accurate forecasting and sales reps are left wandering, trying to close deals without the necessary reporting metrics. CRM equips manufacturers the tools needed to create accurate, influential forecasts, along with reporting and dashboard features to ensure a powerful and accurate sales pipeline.

Cross-departmental collaboration

Did you know? CRM software empowers team members across numerous departments to utilize the same database, the same collection of real-time data. When the data is updated in real-time and accessible to all, a natural push towards collaboration is created. A company whose departments are more collaborative than siloed is one that’s ready to grow and evolve in a healthy manner.

Are you a manufacturer looking to get your hands on some powerful sales automation technology? No problem. Contact our CRM specialists today to get started!

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